Elastigirl is the face of a campaign by a pair of wealthy siblings looking to help bring back superheroes, leaving Mr. Incredible to look after the kids at home, in the long awaited sequel, Incredibles 2.
Winning Best Original Song at the 90th Academy Awards, “Remember Me”, written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, is sung by numerous characters in Pixar’s Coco and ties multiple generations in the movie together through the power of music.
After almost 15 years, Pixar’s superheroic family is finally back for The Incredibles 2 as Elastigirl gets a new gig from a business tycoon looking to push superheroes back into the spotlight, leaving Mr. Incredible on dad duty caring for Jack-Jack and his ever increasing (and unpredictable) powers.
With no new wide releases this past weekend, the top half of the chart remained the same as a week ago but the real battle was in the lower half between a bunch of smaller movies in various form of limited release.
Coco defeated the Justice League over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend while a bunch of indie releases battled it out toward the bottom of the top 10.
The latest from Pixar, Coco, arrives to close out November over the holiday weekend while Denzel Washington stars in a new legal thriller.
Cars 3 took the number one spot over the weekend, despite one of the lowest ever openings for Pixar, while Rough Night tanked and All Eyez On Me and 47 Meters Down were surprisingly strong in their debuts.
An eclectic mix of movies is out this weekend with the latest from Pixar in Cars 3, raunchy R rated comedy Rough Night, shark thriller 47 Meters Down and Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me.
The soundtracks for Cars and Cars 2 both featured cover songs as their main singles, with Rascal Flatts covering “Life is a Highway” and Weezer covering The Cars’ “You Might Think”.
Trying to be like his hero, a legendary guitarist, a young boy named Coco tries to play his guitar but ends up in the Land of the Dead in this fall’s offering from Pixar.